West Ham United suffered another defeat yesterday at the hands of London rivals Arsenal at the Emirates in what was a disappointing encounter.
All of the Hammers’ summer signings have failed to gel together so far this season as they find themselves in a worrying position at the bottom of the table. And, it looks as if one of Manuel Pellegrini’s players is receiving interest, as according to the Mail Online, West Ham are considering two offers for Reece Oxford.
Interestingly, West Ham are mulling over loan offers from AZ Alkmaar and Eibar for youngster Reece Oxford.
It is understood the offers from AZ and Eibar are initially until January, though both are to a view with extending the deal until the end of the season.
The proposals are also believed to have the option to sign Oxford on a permanent basis at the end of the season for £2 million.
West Ham United will more than likely look to offload the youngster on a permanent deal at some point in the future, but £2 million looks to be a small fee for a promising player like Oxford.
Indeed, the 19-year-old was never going to be a part of Manuel Pellegrini’s plans this season, but he could play a part in the future if the Hammers can agree to take out his permanent £2 million clause.
The Hammers have developed some of England’s greatest players over the years, so they don’t want to risk missing out on another future star.